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201718 Atlanta Hawks Season

 

 

The concluding day of this 2018 NBA regular season did not comprise the Atlanta Hawks participate in a game but there have been lots of rooting pursuits for your franchise. Since the Minnesota Timberwolves upended the Denver Nuggets to make the playoffs, the Hawks will get Minnesota's first-round draft select and Atlanta also profited from a year finale success from the Orlando Magic in preventing a three-way tie to the No. 3 spot in the upcoming draft lottery. Up To 50% Off Atlanta Hawks Tickets - Save Today - Licensed & 100% Guaranteed!

On Friday, however, that the NBA implemented drawings to split ties down and up the NBA Draft plank and Atlanta was included in two of these. Additionally, Atlanta and Dallas confronted at a tiebreaker to determine pre-lottery place, suggesting which group would land beforehand in case that neither really attracted to the top three on May 15.

In the long run, the drawings led in the Hawks possessing their very own first round pick (using a 13.7 percent chance in the No. 1 choice and the worst potential place of No. 7 total), the No. 19 overall selection (through Minnesota), the No. 30 overall pick (via Houston) and their very own second round choice in No. 33 total.

Atlanta's second round pick lands at No. 33 as a consequence of reverse-order, since the Hawks dropped the drawing to get pre-lottery position and, consequently, flip-flop together with all the Mavs for the subsequent selection. Evidently, the draft on May 15 is of high significance for Atlanta but another three choices are locked in and which allows for preparation (both in the front office along with also the fan base) in the forthcoming days.

The Atlanta Hawks will formally have three selections in the first round of this 2018 NBA Draft. From a Hawks standpoint, that success ensures that Minnesota doesn't in the lottery and, by proxy, the Wolves will ship their choice to the Hawks.

This was a narrative for the Hawks during the entire year (one that's been chronicled in our "Ping-Pong Chronicles" series) along with the pick communicating will meet the obligations Minnesota's ending in the wake of a trade between Adreian Payne. Although the precise landing area for the selection won't be ascertained until Friday, Atlanta will have its choice (guaranteed to drop in the upper seven), Minnesota's pick close to the center of the initial round and Houston's choice at No. 30 total.

Stay tuned for complete NBA Draft policy in the coming weeks but Minnesota's success provides Travis Schlenk and Atlanta's front office with extra ammunition which might be rather helpful between now and late June.